|Ghaddafi row in The Gambia|
afrol News, 25 February - Gambian Dictator Yahya Jammeh has issued a surprise call for his old ally Moammar Ghaddafi to stop betraying his people and step down immediately. A shocked opposition thinks Mr Jammeh is desperate to avoid riots in The Gambia.
|Gambia coup "only matter of time"|
afrol News, 11 November - For the second time in a year, Gambian President Yahya Jammeh claims to have revealed a coup plot against him, leading to mass arrests. Observers hold a real coup is "only matter of time" as President Jammeh dreams of a royal title.
|Gambia Dictator "lied about Obama award"|
afrol News, 27 September - The Gambia's state-controlled media were obliged to make large headlines from a Statehouse announcement, President Yahya Jammeh had "bagged four awards," and even been called "an inspirational leader" in a letter by US President Barack Obama. The White House denies any such awards or letters.
|Gambia dictator collecting titles|
afrol News, 11 June - Gambian Dictator Yahya Jammeh, a lieutenant who claims to have found a cure against AIDS, now insists on being addressed as "His Excellency the President Sheikh Professor Alhaji Doctor Yahya Abdul-Azziz Jemus Junkung Jammeh."
|$8 million support for agric production |
afrol News, 4 March - The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has signed a grant agreement of US$8 million with the Republic of The Gambia to improve the production and marketability of livestock and horticulture products, specifically targeting rural women and youth nationwide.
|Kenya deports controversial Muslim cleric|
afrol News, 7 January - Kenya has deported a controversial Muslim cleric who once led a London mosque attended by convicted terrorists to Gambia on Thursday, the government officials said. Officials said the clergy posed a serious threat to Kenya's security.
|"Strip Gambia off AU human rights body"|
afrol News, 3 November - The world's major association of human rights organisations has called on the African Union (AU) to consider moving the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights (ACHPR) from its headquarters in The Gambia, as it is now impossible for human rights groups to participate in sessions there.
|Gambia let down by donors, tourists|
afrol News, 22 May - The Gambia has mostly hit the international press lately when President Yayah Jammeh announced the flogging of gays, his miracle cure against AIDS and his obsession to hunt down witches. No wonder, then, that tourists and donors shy away and the economy is suffering.
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